Friday 11 November 2011 12.39am
Very true Ohoo. I agree completely.
I also live in the flats behind St. Mungos.
After a night of loud music and screaming I rang a number off Southwark Council
's website relating to anti-social noise levels. The people were very friendly, helpful and sympathetic and gave me a number to ring where someone would come immediately if there was a problem. The next night I found myself ringing the number and, lo and behold, nobody answered. This has happened several times.
I have also emailed St. Mungos about the levels of noise and anti-social behavior in the surrounding area - aka where I live. The response essentially attacked me for being against homeless people. I really dislike how any complaints against St Mungos immediately make you anti-homeless. I fully support what they do, I just don't support the screaming of foul language, constant alarms and loud (and bad) music being played day and night. If people in the offices opposite were behaving in the same way, I would complain about them too. They are, however, not.
How can we do something constructive about this?